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PN: 02A14101

PN:  02A14105

RF Transeiver:

2 CHANNEL MINI 295 MHz AM Transmitter
Innovative design, ergonomic and fine shape; fixed security code encoded in factory 216 code combinations, 28 different facilities numbers.
Range: 60 ÷ 120 yd - Frequency 295 MHz - Modulation AM / ASK.
Power supply : 2 lithium batteries.
Dim. 2,36 x 1,41 x 0,62 in.

The radiocontrol remote is an AM/ASK modulation mini transmitter, operating at 295 MHz, which has been designed for the programmable telephone entry systems, anti-burglar systems and access control systems. The code sent by the transmitter includes 16 a 16 bit security code which allows up to 2 security code combinations and 8 bits of facility code which allows up to 8 2 different locations. The receiver which operates with this transmitter has a Wiegand 26 bit format output, suitable with any type of access control system equipped with this type of protocol. The CR 2016 lithium batteries have a life of about 18 months.

Receiver:

RCS-433R 26 BIT WEIGAND 433MHZ
RECEIVER TYPE: SUPERHETERODYNE
DEMODULATION: AM/ASK
SENSITIVITY: 112DBM
INPUT IMPEDANCE: 50OHM
POWER SUPPLY: 12-24V. AC/DC
CURRENT CONSUMPTION: 24 M.A.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 3-3/4" X 1-3/4" X 1"

 

Detailed description of the receiver below
 

 

1A - Description

The receiver is a superheterodyne

receiver operating at the frequency 433,92 MHz.

It is composed by a main board in which there are the power

supply output connectors and by a RF card.

The two outputs have an open drain configuration with output

signal in “Wiegand 26 bit format”.

The appliance is housed in an indoor container.

1B - Usable transmitters

 RCS-433T Type. SETR 2641AM2: 2 key transmitter

1C - Technical specifications

Receiver type: Superheterodyne.

Demodulation: AM/ASK.

Operating frequency: 433,92 MHz.

Local oscillator frequency: 6,6128 MHz.

Intermediate frequency: 10,7 MHz.

Sensitivity: -117 dBm.

Input impedance: 50 Ohm.

Power supply : 12 ÷ 24 V ac/dc.

Current consumption: 24 mA

Output s number: 2.

Output type: Wiegand.

Max output current: 250 mA

Operating temperature: -20 ÷ + 70 °C.

Overall dimensions: 105 x 45 x 28 mm.

Weight: 65 gr.

IP Protection Grade: IP2X

INSTALLATION

MANUAL

1- RECEIVER INTRODUCTION

2- FACTORY SETTINGS

3- TRANSMITTER MEMORIZATION

4- DEFAULTRECEIVER CONFIGURATION

5- FACILITY CODE CHECK DISABLING

6- MEMORY ERASURE

1A Description

1B Usable transmitters

1C Technical specifications

1D Receiver layout

1E Terminal board connections

Thank you for choosing a RCS product. You are recommended to

read this manual carefully before installing the product.

7- WIEGAND SIGNAL FORMAT

CONTENTS

The receiver allocation is very important for the best

operation of the system.

Place the receiver far from interference sources such as

big magnetic fields or radio emissions.

The installation and the positioning of the antenna is

very important as well. Before to install the antenna it is

advisable to make some tests on the site.

Use shielded cable type RG58 ( impedance 50 Ohm ) for

the antenna connection.

IMPORTANT

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

GND

12-24V

L2

P1

DATA1

DATA0

SELWR433

L1

RCS

1- RECEIVER INTRODUCTION

1D - Receiver Layout

P1 : Programming button

L2 : Red led ( programming )

L1 : Green led ( power supply )

1E - Terminal board connections

1 - Not used;

2 - Output DATA1 ( Open collector );

3 - Output DATA0 ( Open collector );

4 - Power Supply ( 12 ÷ 24 Vac/dc );

5 - Power GND;

6 - Not used;

7 - Antenna Shield;

8 - Antenna Core;

2- FACTORY SETTINGS

2- TRANSMITTER MEMORIZATION

 A short flash of L2 indicates a correct received word but not

approved : that means that the facility code or the

transmitter code received is wrong.

 A flash of 1 second of L2 indicates that a correct signal has

been received and that the correct frame in wiegand format

has been sent from the outputs DATA0 and DATA1.

The information contained in the frame sent by the transmitter

is composed by a FACILITY CODE , a KEY CODE and by a SERIAL

NUMBER.

The set-in-factory receiver doesn’t accept any code.

That means that no wiegand formatted signal is carried out

from the receiver unless a memorization procedure is

performed.

Follow the procedure below to memorize the transmitter codes

4- FACILITY CODE CHECK DISABLING

It is possible to disable the check performed by the receiver

on the facility code of the received signal.

At the end of the following procedure, the receiver accepts

any facility code and maintains the check on the key code.

This new configuration of the receiver is temporary and can

be restored by carrying on the same procedure.

1) Keep the button P1 pressed down until the led L2 turns on

and then release it.

2) Within 1 sec. press again P1.

At this point the led L2 start to flash quickly and so the receiver can accept any facility code.

Repeat the phases 1 and 2 to cancel the operation and to

recover the initial state.

If a power failure occurs after the phase2 the new

configuration is mantained.

5- VISUALIZATION

6- MEMORY ERASURE

This procedure allows to erase the memory of the receiver.

1) Keep button P1 pressed down until L2 turns on.

2) Release P1 and then press it again until L2 start to flash 3

times.

At this point the settings stored are cancelled, and the receiver

7- WIEGAND SIGNAL FORMAT

The timing of the signals DATA0 and DATA1 are the following:

NRZ

DATA1

DATA0

80 µS

2 mS

IS-RW4GXUK Rev. 1 on 12/12/2001

Before commencing the procedure make sure that the power

led L1 is ON.

The EEPROM of the receiver is capable to store up to 50

different combinations: “facility code - Key code”.

The key codes of each transmitter can be A, B,A+B, where A+B

is the code sent at the pressure of both the keys at the same

time.

Combinations of this type can be, for example:

002 - A, 002 - B, 002 - (A+B), 003 - B, 010 - (A+B), and so on.

PART 1: transmitter key A programming

1) Keep the button P1 pressed down until the led L2 turns on

and then release it.

2) Press the key A of the transmitter which has to be

memorized.

3) The led L2 turns off and then make a short flash.

PART 2: transmitter key B programming

1) Keep the button P1 pressed down until the led L2 turns on

and then release it.

2) Press the key B of the transmitter which has to be

memorized.

3) The led L2 turns off and then make a short flash.

PART 3: transmitter key A+B programming

1) Keep the button P1 pressed down until the led L2 turns on

and then release it.

2) Press at the same time the keys A and B of the transmitter

which has to be memorized.

3) The led L2 turns off and then make a short flash.

If, for any reason, the memorization procedure hasn’t been

successfully, the led L2 doesn’t make the final flash.

Any operation not allowed ( memorization with full memory,

Notice

Any changes or modifications on RCS equipment not expressly

approved by RCS could void the user’s authority to operate with

the equipment.

GUARANTEE

The guarantee period of all radio receivers is one year,

beginning from the manufacturer date. During this period, if the

product does not work correctly, due to a defective component, the

product will be repaired or substituted at the discretion of the

producer. The guarantee does not cover the plastic container

integrity.

 

 

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